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Localization on mobile devices

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Localization on mobile devices

Native mobile apps are localized in 20 languages.

Right to left languages are not supported in the native mobile app.

The native mobile applications are localized in two different ways, which means that there is a blending of localization visible inside native applications.
  • Native (on device) localization: Controlled by the device's language preference, which means that many components are localized with the language preference for the user's device. These components can include local screen titles (such as Settings) and local button titles (such as the Clear All button on the filters screen).
    The on-device localization supports the following languages:
    • I18N: Brazilian Portuguese Translations
    • I18N: Czech Translations
    • I18N: Dutch Translations
    • I18N: Finnish Translations
    • I18N: French Canada Translations
    • I18N: French Translations
    • I18N: German Translations
    • I18N: Hungarian Translations
    • I18N: Italian Translations
    • I18N: Japanese Translations
    • I18N: Korean Translations
    • I18N: Norwegian Translations
    • I18N: Polish Translations
    • I18N: Portuguese Translations
    • I18N: Russian Translations
    • I18N: Simplified Chinese Translations
    • I18N: Spanish Translations
    • I18N: Swedish Translations
    • I18N: Thai Translations
    • I18N: Traditional Chinese Translations
    • I18N: Turkish Translations

    These translations can't be customized since they ship with the application binary and translated natively on the device according to the language settings for the device.

  • Server-side localization: Controlled the same way as desktop web localization (server system language / user preference on server). Localized components on the server include things like field labels, web content, and other data stored on the server in a translated field.

    You can customize translations that use server-side localization the same way you do on the desktop. For more information on configuring server-side localization, see System localization.